There are many vegetarian cookbooks,
magazines, and web sites. When looking through them, consider how complicated
the recipes are and if the flavours seem to be those you enjoy.
some books that we use on a regular basis.
"The George Bernard Shaw Vegetarian Cookbook"
Laden and R.J. Minney, New Revised Edition by Dorothy R. Bates,1987, THE BOOK
PUBLISHING COMPANY, Summertown, TN 38483)
This was the first cookbook we bought
when we decided to go veggie. We might not have made it without this wonderful
"Quickies 2 veggies and
Monda Rosenberg, 1999, Mclelland & Stewart Inc., 481 University Avenue,
Suite 900, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2E9)
This is a great cookbook for busy
people as many of the recipes are quick and easy to prepare - and delicious !
"Canadian Living's Best Vegetarian
From the kitchens of Canadian Living Magazine,1997, Madison Press Books. 40
Madison Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5R 2S1)
This is another wonderful Canadian
cookbook with recipes that are easy to prepare.
"Linda's Kitchen"(by Linda McCartney, 1995, Little,
Brown and Company Inc. )
Since Linda McCartney was our inspiration for
becoming vegetarians, we thought it only right to buy her book. We didn't need
an excuse - this is one of our favourites.
"Great Vegetarian Food" (Australian Women's Weekly, 2001, ACP
Publishing Pty Limited)
This Australian book was a gift that we use
frequently. The names of some ingredients are different from North American
books, but you can usually tell from the pictures what they are. Also, they
seem not to have salt in Australia, so you may want to consider adding some.
"Vegetables" (The Essentials Collection, 2002,
Parragon Publishing, Queen Street House, 4 Queen St., Bath, BA1 1HE, UK
has some very creative and unusual dishes that can be main courses or side
"Vegetarian Times " (magazine published monthly -
Editorial Offices Westshore III, 301 Concourse Blvd., Suite 350, ffices Glen
Allen, Virginia 23059 www.vegetariantimes.com)
Pick up a copy of this magazine and
have a look at some of the recipes - you will see our creative veggie cuisine
can be. We have enjoyed everything we have tried from this magazine - lots of
good health information, too.
"Sinfully Vegan " Over 140 Decadent Desserts to Satisfy
Every Vegan's Sweet Tooth
(by Lois Dieterly, 2003, Marlowe and Company, 245
W.17th Street, 11th Floor, New York,N.Y. 10011)
Lots of delicious vegan desserts that
are easy to make.
"Becoming Vegetarian" (by Vesanto Melina, R.D., Brenda
Davis, R.D., Victoria Harrison, R.D., 1994, Macmillan Canada,
book is primarily about the health benefits of vegetarianism with lots of info
"Veggie revolution: Smart Choices for a Healthy
Body and a Healthy Planet" (by Sally Kneidel, Ph.D., and Sara Kate Kneidel,
2005, Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, Colorado)
This very readable book contains
information on the environmental impact, animal welfare, and health concerns of
an omnivore diet. It would be a great gift for folks who may not understand the
effects of their food choices.